About

Deanne Tremlett is a Slade School graduate who completed her postgraduate studies at Wimbledon College of Art.

She has painted since 6, has works in private collections both here and overseas and has been exhibiting since 14, in London and Dorset, in both solo and group shows.

Her work has appeared in many publications [The London Evening Standard, The Observer, The Sunday Times Magazine, London Time Out, Evolver, 50 Wessex Artists, etc] both as illustrations and stand alone images.

She is represented by South West Artworks and by herself. As a curator Deanne learned her craft whilst serving a curatorial internship at a world class London gallery and by undertaking voluntary organisational work for two arts charities. She has personally represented three national and internationally renowned artists, set up an art group for adults with learning disabilities and has initiated, contributed to, consulted upon and overseen several high profile exhibitions throughout her home region, both as a curator for Sherborne House Arts and as an independent practitioner.

More recently she consulted upon an audit of the visual arts and its further potential for growth in Dorset for Dorset County Council, The Arts Development Company and the Arts Council.

She has in the past also written for a number of magazines and edited a small, local paper,

Deanne worked in advertising and media in London on first graduating from the Slade, in order to clear her student overdraft and to support her work, but now devotes all of her working time to it, from her studio in Dorset [obviously when not seeing to her two teenage sons or attempting the renovations on the 17th century cowshed she calls home].

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